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Eagles delight Homecoming Crowd — 2011 Homecoming King rules over DeKalb’s Knights

September 17, 2011

Post and Mail photo / Mark Parker Connor Slavich cuts around a DeKalb defender in the Eagles win over the Barons. Slavich was the CCHS Homecoming King, and led the team with 20 for 27 in passing for 263 yards and two touchdowns. Slavich rushed for 49 yards with one TD.

COLUMBIA CITY — Homecoming is a time for alumni to return to their alma mater, to enjoy seeing old friends and to get caught up in the spirit of the occasion.
It is also a time to see the home team post a football victory. The fans that came to the Max Gandy Athletic Field Friday night got exactly what they came for.
With the stands filled and a loud cheering crowd, the Columbia City Eagles football squad upheld their end of the bargain, posting a 28-14 win over visiting Northeast Hoosier
Conference foe New Haven.

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